Before we launch any product, we conduct safety testing on the skin overseen by a dermatologist and in home use tests with a selected group of consumer volunteers. Both in clinical safety testing and in consumer in home testing there were no incidences of irritation of the skin or in skin around the eye area. This product should not come in direct contact with the eyeball, but can be used on the skin of the eye area.
Articles in this section
- Does Making Moves Milky Cleanser provide a deep clean?
- Does Milky Cleanser remove eye makeup?
- How should I apply Making Moves Milky Cleanser?
- Is Making Moves Milky Cleanser ok for sensitive skin?
- What products should I use after Making Moves Milky Cleanser?
- Does Milky Cleanser cause any sensitivity around the eye area?
- How does your skin feel after using Making Moves Milky Cleanser?
- How long does the Milky Cleanser last?
- How many pumps of Milky Cleanser should I use?
- Is Making Moves Milky Cleanser meant to have a super lightweight, non-foaming texture?